News Bands Full of Hell wrap up recording

Full of Hell wrap up recording

Posted Dec. 22, 2018, 3:07 p.m. in Bands by Loren
Full of Hell wrap up recording

photo by Reid Haithcock

Full of Hell have announced that the band has finished recording a new album at God City Studio with Kurt Ballout, tentatively scheduled for a mid-2019 release on Relapse Records. It will be the band's fourth full-lenth.


In other band news, they will be playing with Integrity, ILSA, and Year of the Knife in Baltimore on Jan. 12 and recently released a 7" with Intensive Care--one of the tracks can be heard on the free Relapse Records 2018 Label Sampler.

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